Featured Stories

  • Loft in Manhattan

    Loft in Manhattan

    Akila Raman and Ali Vaseghi are a young couple with two young children. They both work in finance, she’s half Indian and Korean from Kansas City, he is Persian from Los Angeles, but it was New York that brought them together. And they never left. 
  • JYSK


    A dinamarquesa JYSK tornou-se numa empresa de renome, não só em mobiliário e decoração mas, também, numa vasta gama de artigos de descanso, transformando a sua casa num lugar mais acolhedor. 
  • Kristina Dam Studio

    Kristina Dam Studio

    The Frame Sculpture is the piece that celebrates 10 years of simple and contemporary design by the renowned Kristina Dam Studio. The interplay between light and shadow, graphic shapes and interior functions frames this ‘Sculptural Minimalism’ for private and public spaces.
  • 3daysofdesign


    3daysofdesign is a festival where design lovers meet to see, network and experience design in the beautiful, vibrant city of Copenhagen. 


    Atelier Ecru Gallery and Barbé Urbain bring art and design together in the iconic Dr De Beir house in Knokke. Their joint project MAGELLAN organises exhibitions in the various rooms of the modernist corner building from 2 July to 28 August. 
  • La Masseria Belvedere

    La Masseria Belvedere

    The Valari firm has recently finished a requalification project of Masseria Belvedere, a large 1600s farm in Contrada Belvedere, in Carovigno, in the d’Itria Valley. 

To Discover in The Printed Issue

  • Tribute to Tradition

    Tribute to Tradition

    This vast property, located in Oropesa, in the province of Toledo in Spain, produces meat, vegetables, fruit and other ecological products, and goes by the name of Dehesa El Milagro (Miracle Meadow). 
  • Saint James Paris

    Saint James Paris

    Embedded in the distinguished fabric of Paris’ 16th arrondissement, the neoclassical beauty of the building built in 1892 – erstwhile home of Louis Adolphe Thiers, then a gentlemen’s club, and later turned hotel in 1991 – has now seen its story once again reinvented, only this time through the language of Laura Gonzalez. 


    She has already created unique pieces for Hermès, Perrier-Jouët, Dior and Valextra, and, even today, she continues to make art the main purpose behind embracing multiculturalism. Bethan Laura Wood is a designer, collector and observer by nature, she devotes herself to each new collaboration with the same intensity as she does to wherever she travels. 

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